Police and first responders had a busy night with road traffic accidents overnight that left a 36-year-old female car driver and a 27-year-old male motorcyclist in the hospital’s Intensive Care Unit.

At last check both were listed in stable condition following three separate accidents that also landed another two motorcyclists, travelling in opposite directions, who collided head on in the hospital for treatment.

The car driver was injured in a single vehicle crash on Harrington Sound Road, near the post office, around 5:45pm on Friday.

While details are limited, a police spokesman said the injured driver was “apparently trapped in the car before being transported via ambulance to King Edward VII Memorial Hospital for treatment”.

She was admitted to the Intensive Care Unit where she was initially listed in critical condition. Since then, her condition has been upgraded to stable. Officers processed the scene and inquiries continue.

Emergency personnel were dispatched to another accident on Middle Road in Warwick near Tamarind Vale around 8:40pm, after a 27-year-old male motorcyclist collided with two cars. At last check this morning, he was listed in stable condition in ICU.

And another two motorcyclists were rushed to the Emergency Ward following an apparent head-on collision on Parsons Road in Devonshire.

A spokesman said police mobile patrol encountered the aftermath of the crash shortly before 5am this morning.

The injured riders, believed to be a 32-year-old Devonshire man and a 24-year-old Warwick man, were transported by ambulance to KEMH.

Enquiries into all three accidents continue. Witnesses are urged to contact the main police telephone number at 295-0011.